Fuji Xerox Malaysia launches first Sustainability Report at new green headquarters

FXM Sustainability Report 2013

Steering the direction towards a sustainable future, Fuji Xerox Asia Pacific Pte Ltd (Malaysia Operations) is the first document solutions provider in the industry to launch a Sustainability Report in Malaysia. Following the standards of the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC) and the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) framework, the sustainability programme at Fuji Xerox Malaysia is aligned to international principles and commitments of Fuji Xerox Co., Ltd (Japan). Today also marks the day Fuji Xerox Malaysia opens its new office in Menara Binjai, Kuala Lumpur. To commemorate the opening of the new Malaysian headquarters, Datuk Loo Took GeeSecretary-General of Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, officiated the launch with Fuji Xerox’s employees and business partners.

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Kulim publishes Malaysia’s first stand-alone Carbon Footprint Report

While sustainability reporting is definitely on the rise, few companies globally have measured their complete carbon footprint, and even fewer have published stand-alone carbon reports. A Malaysia-based palm oil producer has now taken the first step and disclosed their climate change impact from production and land use – including complex data from smallholders and own estates. Kulim publishes Malaysia’s first stand-alone Carbon Footprint Report

The effort has been recognised in a statement by the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil:

‘RSPO commends Kulim (Malaysia) Bhd for being the first Malaysian plantation company to use RSPO’s PalmGHG calculator in their carbon footprint report. The PalmGHG was developed by the 2nd Greenhouse Gas Working Group to enable producers to estimate the net greenhouse gas emissions produced during palm oil production. Collection of data from smallholders remains a challenge and Kulim has taken an important first step by engaging with their smallholders in the data collection and in including their emissions in the company’s overall carbon footprint. We hope that with increased awareness and better documentation, smallholders will also be able to play a crucial role in managing carbon emissions from the production of palm oil.’


Kulim carbon thumb Download Kulim’s 2012 Carbon Footprint Report
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New sustainability jobs page

Helikonia wants to help sustainability professionals connect and get an overview of job opportunities in the Asia-Pacific region. See current opportunities here.

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Helikonia’s first Sustainability Report now online

We are pleased to present our very first Sustainability Report, covering the calendar year 2012 (and a few updates from 2013). We always advocate the value of reporting to companies of any size, and we want to demonstrate that anyone can do it. We see this as part of our ongoing improvement, but also a way to be transparent and accountable to our stakeholders.

Having produced or advised on more than 25 sustainability reports, it was surprisingly difficult to write our own. But it has been a great experience, and helped us map out areas where we can do better.

Download the report here.

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